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Malibu Boulder Threatens Oceanfront Homes

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Malibu Boulder Threatens Oceanfront Homes

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Malibu Boulder Threatens Oceanfront Homes

Malibu Boulder Threatens Oceanfront Homes

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A giant boulder threatens oceanfront homes in Malibu, Calif. The 1,200 ton boulder is the size of a house, and was loosened by torrential rainstorms that killed at least nine people last week. Crews are preparing to destroy the rock. So far, attempts to dislodge the boulder have been unsuccessful.

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